2 Words to Get Straight This Season

2 Words to Get Straight This Season

When you graduate, people congratulate you.

The short form of congratulations is congrats.

When you congratulate someone, you should use an attributive comma. For example:

Congratulations, Sara! We’re wishing you all the best.

Share this if you know a few people that need a kind reminder this open house season!

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